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In recent years, due to the relationship between African swine fever, corn sales have declined, and the remaining corn has increased. However, the staple food of Africa is corn, and what about the large amount of corn leaves left over?
Imagine if the leaves of the corn itself are the packaging of the corn, and after being taken home, they can be dissolved and dried, and then they can be molded into other items that can be used in life, or even become a commodity that can be sold, and can be directly used after use. Thrown in the soil can also be a nutrient for corn, helping corn grow and making the entire process a friendly cycle.

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Chaoyang University of Technology

Chaoyang University of Technology
Taichung, Taiwan

YAN-LING,LIANG,
Chaoyang University Of Technology

WAI-XHUN,LIU,
Chaoyang University Of Technology

ZI-YI,CHEN,
Chaoyang University Of Technology

XUE-QI,HUANG,
Chaoyang University Of Technology